Metophyma rosacea is a subtype of rosacea that affects the forehead and results in swelling.
What is the treatment for Metophyma rosacea?
Early identification and treatment can help with metophyma rosacea. Topical treatments (like metronidazole cream, azelaic acid, atenolol, and clonidine) and oral antibiotics (like metronidazole, clarithromycin, minocycline, doxycycline, cephalosporins, ivermectin, and oral isotretinoin) may help.
But, treatments will vary depending on the severity of your phyma.
Metophyma is a rare subtype and only an experienced and professional dermatologist can really provide proper treatment for you.